HISTORY OF HARRIS'
In 1984, Ann Lee Harris and Goetz Boje opened what would become San Francisco's classic American steakhouse. Their vision was to create an atmosphere of traditional elegance and charm for San Franciscans and visitors alike to experience a time gone by. Renovating what was once Grison's Steakhouse at 2100 Van Ness at the corner of Pacific Avenue, they created a lush atmosphere of dark wood, high ceilings with brass chandeliers and large leather booths.
Since Mrs. Harris' passing in 2002, Goetz has been focused on maintaining the Harris’ legacy by continuing to only use the finest corn fed Midwestern Angus beef available. Our Beef is primarily from Kansas and Nebraska and aged on premise for three weeks. The aging process brings out the fullest flavor of the beef. Our Executive Chef Michael Buhagiar has been with the restaurant since opening day and his attention to detail and his knowledge of fine dining is evident in everything he does.
Harris' Steakhouse has become a household name in the Bay Area. Our commitment to the classic traditions of an elegant atmosphere, exceptional service, and extraordinary cuisine, have made us
The San Francisco Steakhouse.